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 Posted: Thu Aug 22nd, 2019 09:58 pm
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Steve Bolin
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I’m looking for any info on this fan. It will be for sale soon in as is condition. The fan does run pretty quite with a spin of the blades. I found this fan a pop sale in Spring Hill which never happen. The lady I bought from was going to make a lamp with it. The tag read 20 dollars which I couldn’t get out quick enough and when I went to pay she said that is part of are 3 dollar table. I guess the fan gods were with me that day.

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 Posted: Thu Aug 22nd, 2019 10:01 pm
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I don't know what this is but you sure got a wonderful deal for coffee money, basically. Wow! Looks like an Emerson to me or at least made by Emerson. It's missing the rear oscillating housing but those can be found. Looks kinda like this Emerson:


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I have no words

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Well you scored a nice one. Wesco was a rebadge of Emerson’s Trojan line, which were marketed as lower grade of fans but are very good. You are missing most of your oscillator which will prove expensive. Great catch.

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Man, wish I found stuff like this in the wild. Indiana seems to be a fan void at times.

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The oscillator is missing.I will tell you this. It will cost some $$$ to find an oscillator and have the linkage made.

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Your Wesco is a rebadged Trojan 62646 I think which was the first Trojan (Wesco) oscillator model 1910-11.   Quite rare so the oscillator parts are going to be very hard to find.  They may be identical to the first Emerson oscillator, the Type 2210 from 1909.  The first Trojan I think used the parts from the older Emerson oscillator model.

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52646 - 1st variant

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Can anyone read the serial number -- THANKS

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Tag reads no 56855 type umber 52646 volts 104 cycle 60

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Thank you guys for all the info.

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